Spies of Warsaw (2013– )
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Widowed Jean-Francois Mercier is a spy posing as a military atttache in the French embassy in Warsaw in 1937. Leading a double life he may escort League of Nations lawyer Anna Skarbek,... See full summary »

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Dick Clement (script), Alan Furst (novel) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Tennant ... Jean-François Mercier
Janet Montgomery ... Anna Skarbek
Marcin Dorocinski ... Antoni Pakulski
Marcin Walewski ... Stefan
Miroslaw Zbrojewicz ... Marek
Maciej Marczewski ... Jozef
Anna Czartoryska ... Cecylia
Magdalena Poplawska ... Princess Eva
Ludger Pistor ... Edvard Uhl
Lech Dyblik ... Doorman
Ann Eleonora Jørgensen ... Olga Musser
Burn Gorman ... Jourdain
Ellie Haddington Ellie Haddington ... Madame Dupin
Grazyna Zielinska Grazyna Zielinska ... Wladzia
Piotr Baumann Piotr Baumann ... Maxim Mostov
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Widowed Jean-Francois Mercier is a spy posing as a military atttache in the French embassy in Warsaw in 1937. Leading a double life he may escort League of Nations lawyer Anna Skarbek,girlfriend of Russian emigre Maxim Mostov to a lavish function one night but next day he will be liaising with agent Edvard Uhl,an engineer in a tank factory who brings him blue-prints for a new German tank. Then at night he will lead a covert band investigating secret German tank trials in the forest. The Germans are suspicious of Uhl but he dies before they can arrest him. They do however kill Olga,a bogus countess and spy who introduced Uhl to Mercier. After Mercier is almost caught photographing the tank operations he seeks a new contact in Dr Lapp,a non-Nazi sympathiser who works for a pharmaceutical company. He also begins an affair with Anna. Having helped two elderly Jewish spies to escape Mercier himself becomes increasingly under suspicion by the occupying Germans and,as he goes to put flowers ... Written by don @ minifie-1

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9 January 2013 (UK) See more »

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Scottish actor David Tennant plays a French military officer, but lets his acting background betray him twice (at least) by using the very British term "bloody." See more »

Goofs

At the hospital, Mercier tells Ulm that he needs to go 'somewhere French, like Canada'. By the time of the movie's events, Quebec hadn't been a French territory for almost 200 years, and certainly didn't have its own diplomatic relations with France, which would have been necessary to ensure Ulm's emigration. See more »

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